See an example of how multiple automotive applications and functions can be effectively run on the TI Jacinto 6 heterogeneous multicore SoC. In this demonstration the ARM® dual-Cortex™ A15 processor is running two separated Linux based Instrument Cluster and and IVI applications. The Cortex-M4 microprocessor is running AUTOSAR and interfaced with a CAN bus simulator while inter-process communication based on rpmsg is used to transfer information between the M4 and A15 cores.
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AMP, ARM, hypervisor, Infotainment, instrument cluster, IPC, IVI, jacinto 6, Multicore, rpmsg, SMP, SoC, Texas Instruments, Virtualization